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Christie’s Rare Watches New York: Online auction opened on November 24 and will continue until December 10. However, the star lot of the auction is known to be a double-signed Patek Philippe 1463R of 1950.
Undoubtedly, the auction market showcased unexpected sales amidst the global pandemic. Rare and one-of-its-kind luxury watches like this Patek featuring at Christie’s auction have changed the auction market.
The Patek Philippe Reference 1463R is estimated to fetch between £2, 99,894 and £4, 49,427. A watch of this reverence would generally have been sold in physical sale stores. But it is being sold at online-only auction as conducted by Christie’s.
Many auction houses conducted the in-person sale in Geneva and Hong-Kong in recent months. But with the increasing numbers of COVID-19 cases, New York imposed several restrictions.
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Christie’s New York Rare Watches Online auction is featuring a unique Patek Philippe Reference 1463. The auction house elucidates this Patek watch as a creation from one of the golden periods of the brand.
However, two things made this Reference 1463 more unique and desirable.
Patek Philippe launched the Reference 1463 in the early 1940s. And it was continuously in production until the late 1960s. However, the watchmaker is known to produce only 21 examples of this chronograph each year.
Also, the iterations were made mostly in stainless steel or yellow gold. And among all, the rarest one is pink gold. Patek Philippe has made a total of only 145pieces.
More interestingly, only nearly 55 examples of the Reference 1463 are known to have been identified publicly to date, as reported by Christie’s.
Besides the Patek Philippe Reference 1463, another watch that will undoubtedly capture your attention is a Rolex Paul Newman Daytona Big Eye Panda Dial from 1971. Encased in steel, the timepiece is estimated to fetch between £2, 24,317 and £3, 73,942.
Christie’s Rare Watches New York Online auction is also featuring a Patek Philippe Perpetual Calendar Chronograph of 1976. This Patek Philippe Chronograph Reference 24997 in 18ct gold has an estimate from £2, 61,798 to £3, 36,570.
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